Competitive Bid Reports - C2 D
|TO:||Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Commission|| |
|FROM:||Jimmy L. Morales, City Manager|| |
|DATE:||June 24, 2020|
|SUBJECT:||REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO ISSUE AN INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE (ITN) 2020-191-ND FOR MANHOLE, STRUCTURES, AND CURED-IN PLACE REHABILITATION AND INSPECTION SERVICES.|
|The Administration recommends that the Mayor and Commission of the City of Miami Beach, Florida authorize the issuance of Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) for manhole, structures, and cured-in place rehabilitation and inspection services.|
|The City of Miami Beach owns and operates its water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure. In recent years the need to rehabilitate sewer and stormwater infrastructure has become a priority in order to maximize the useful life of the assets and reduce inflow and infiltration. The Operations Division of the Public Works Department has identified multiple locations where manholes, structures and gravity mains require rehabilitation. The envisioned services may include but are not limited to: manhole and structure rehabilitation; cured-in-place pipe rehabilitation for sewer and stormwater lines; circuit television inspection (CCTV); trenchless point repairs; and pipeline and manhole condition inspection/reports. In order to consider the best products and methodologies that may be available in the market, an invitation to negotiate is proposed. The City will evaluate the best combination of products and methodologies proposed, and negotiate a contract with the proposer(s) deemed to be in the best interest of the City. The draft contract shall be submitted to the City Commission for approval. |
|By means of this ITN the City is seeking to consider retaining a qualified provider that can supply advanced and proven solutions and extensive experience in rehabilitating manholes, structures and gravity mains. The City requires that the proposed scope of work include trenchless repairs. The City also prefers teams where the manufacturer provides the necessary products and services under one agreement between the City and the product manufacturer or teams where the manufacturer and the contractor have extensive experience working together. In any case, the City does not wish to consider an agreement with a contractor when the product manufacturer is not a party to the final agreement. Finally, the bidder must document that it is experienced in providing coating and lining system(s) as well as advance repair material(s) and techniques proven to work on environments similar to that of Miami Beach. The pertinent areas of the ITN include the following sections.
• SPECIFICATIONS. Please Reference Section 0100, Instructions to Respondents, ITN 2020-191-ND, for Manhole, Structures, and Cured-in Place Rehabilitation and Inspection Services (attached).
• SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS. Please Reference Section 0300, Proposal Submittal Instructions & Format, ITN 2020-191-ND, for Manhole, Structures, and Cured-in Place Rehabilitation and Inspection Services (attached).
• CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION. Please Reference Section 0400, Proposal Evaluation, ITN 2020-191-ND, for Manhole, Structures, and Cured-in Place Rehabilitation and Inspection Services (attached).
|It is not anticipated that grant funding will be utilized for this project.|
|The City Manager recommends that the Mayor and Commission of the City of Miami Beach, Florida authorize the issuance of the ITN 2020-191-ND, Manhole, Structures, and Cured-in Place Rehabilitation and Inspection Services.|
|Is this a "Residents Right to Know" item, pursuant to City Code Section 2-14?|| ||Does this item utilize G.O. Bond Funds?|
|No|| ||No|| |